Paul Franks - Agamemnon.


Man in a Suitcase


Paul Franks and Coral Gillespie assert the moral right to be identified as the authors of this work.

"Man in a Suitcase" is yet another of ITC's series that has withstood the test of time, if in a slightly 60's way. Richard Bradford starred as the man who could take care of your problems, for a fee, but who seems to have left the CIA under dubious circumstances.

The show is shown from time to time on Granada Plus (UK satellite and cable and OnDigital channel). Visit the Granada Plus site for more info.

The following episodes are available in PAL VHS video/Region 2 DVD from Blackstar and others:

Man in a Suitcase Volume 1 on DVD - Episodes 1 And 2 - Man From The Dead / Brainwash

Man in a Suitcase Volume 1 on PAL VHS tape - Episodes 1 and 2 - Man From The Dead / Brainwash

Man in a Suitcase Volume 2 on PAL VHS tape - Episodes 3 And 4 - The Sitting Pigeon / Day Of The Execution

Man in a Suitcase Volume 3 on PAL VHS tape - Episodes 5 And 6 - Variations On A Million Bucks (Parts 1 And 2)

Man in a Suitcase Volume 4 on PAL VHS tape - Episodes 7 And 8 - Sweet Sue / Essay In Evil



My thanks to Coral, who supplied most of the credits, and who would love to get in touch with other Richard Bradford fans. She can be e-mailed at miasfan@btopenworld.com.

An ITC Production
Series devised by Richard Harris and Dennis Spooner.
Executive Story Consultant - Stanley Greenberg
Producer: Sidney Cole.
Starring: Richard Bradford as McGill.
Title Theme composed by Ron Grainer.
Musical Director: Albert Elms
Made on Location and at Pinewood Studios, London, England.
ŠITC Productions MCMLXVI

Brainwash
1966

McGill is invited on a visit to the country. On his arrival he is knocked unconscious and held prisoner. He discovers himself trapped and under the interrogation of a deposed African President, who believes McGill played a part in his downfall. McGill pleads his innocence but his captors intend to get a signed confession from him even if they have to kill in the process.

Written by Francis Megahy & Bernie Cooper
Directed by Charles Crichton
COLIN BLAKELY as John
HOWARD MARION CRAWFORD as Col. Davies
SUZAN FARMER as Judy
EDRIC CONNOR as Dr. Gwabe
BILL BRANDON as First Guard
GEORGE LEECH as Second Guard
Director of Photography - Lionel Banes Bsc.
Associate Producer - Barry Delmaine.
Production Designer - William Kellner.
Editor - John Glen.
Unit Manager - Bert Pearl.
Assistant Director - Doug Hermes.
Camera Operator - Gerry Massy Collier.
Sound Editor - Bill Taylor.
Music Editor - Alan Willis.
Stunt Arranger - Roy Vincente.
Casting Director - Rose Tobias Shaw.
Continuity - Susanna Merry.
Set Dresser - Freda Pearson.
Make Up - Jim Evans.
Hairdresser - Blanche Arden.
Wardrobe - Kay Gilbert.


The Sitting Pigeon
1967

McGill is hired by the police to protect a cowardly super-grass gangland informer, who is capable of putting away the gangs' two leaders who happen to be his older brothers. If he can put them away, the money they have laundered through protection rackets will be his. His brother's lawyer has plans to shut him up permanently. McGill finds himself protecting a man he has grown to hate whilst watching his own back because of a professional assassin.

Written by Edmund Ward
Directed by Gerry O'Hara
GEORGE SEWELL as Rufus Blake
MARK EDEN as Jackson
ROBIN BAILEY as Rudyard
LOIS DAINE as Valerie
JOE MELIA as Olsen
SEAN LYNCH as Geordie
JAMES GROUT as Franklin
DAVID GARFIELD as Baxter
GARFIELD MORGAN as Gilley
CAROL CLEVELAND as Miss Dinsdale
PETER BURTON as Anderson
TOM BOWMAN as Prison Officer
GRACE ARNOLD as Female Singer
HUMPHREY HEATHCOTE as Male Singer
MERRILL COLEBROOK as 1st Model
JULIE BEVAN as 2nd Model
Director of Photography - Lionel Banes Bsc.
Associate Producer - Barry Delmaine.
Production Designer - William Kellner.
Editor - Bill Butler.
Unit Manager - Ron Jackson.
Assistant Director - Doug Hermes.
Camera Operator - Gerry Massy Collier.
Sound Editor - Bill Taylor.
Music Editor - Alan Willis.
Stunt Arranger - Roy Vincente.
Casting Director - Rose Tobias Shaw.
Continuity - Susanna Merry.
Set Dresser - Freda Pearson.
Make Up - Jim Evans.
Hairdresser - Frieda Steiger.
Wardrobe - Kay Gilbert.
Dresses by Angela of London Town.


Day of Execution
1967

McGill is delivered a death threat addressed to Mariocki. He thinks they have the wrong man, but after receiving numerous phone calls, a photo of a dead man and a wreath of flowers with a message telling him he is to die at midnight, he realises that he is the target. With midnight approaching, McGill has to devise a way to defeat his unknown assassins.

Written by Philip Broadley
Directed by Charles Crichton
ROSEMARY NICHOLS as Moira
DONALD SUTHERLAND as Willard
ROBERT URQUHART as Jarvis
T. P. McKENNA as Peter
JEREMY SPENSER as Bradshaw
BRIAN PECK as Carmen
MAGGIE WRIGHT as Anita
JIMMY GARDNER as Caretaker
SALLY GEESON as Girl at Cleaners
BRENDA LAWRENCE as Announcer
RICHARD JAMES as Messenger Boy
Director of Photography - Lionel Banes Bsc.
Associate Producer - Barry Delmaine.
Production Designer - William Kellner.
Editor - Alan Killick.
Unit Manager - Ron Jackson.
Assistant Director - Doug Hermes.
Camera Operator - Gerry Massy Collier.
Sound Editor - Bill Taylor.
Music Editor - Alan Willis.
Stunt Arranger - Roy Vincente.
Casting Director - Rose Tobias Shaw.
Continuity - Susanna Merry.
Set Dresser - Freda Pearson.
Make Up - Jim Evans.
Hairdresser - Frieda Steiger.
Wardrobe - Kay Gilbert.
Gowns by Rembrandt & Louis Feraud.
Coats by Dereta.


Variation on a Million Bucks, Part One
1967

Max Stein is a defected Russian agent who has stolen a million dollars and deposited it in a bank in Lisbon. He is also one of McGill's closest friends. Max is shot by someone who is after the money. Before he dies, he manages to tell McGill where he has hidden the key to the safe deposit box and urges him to get the money for himself. With the Russians and Americans hot on his tail, McGill makes arrangements to go to Lisbon.

Written by Stanley R Greenberg
Directed by Pat Jackson
RON RANDELL as Michaels
YOKO TANI as Taiko
ANTON RODGERS as Max Stein
WARREN STANHOPE as Johnson
AUBREY MORRIS as Kenneth
SIMON BRENT as Bert
RICHARD MONTEZ as Guard
ARTHUR HOWELL as Harassed Man
MIKE PRATT as DS Peters
JOHN LEE as Killer
ALAN WHITE as Charles
DAVE BAXTER as Bob
DAVID SCHEUER as Lionel
GUNDEL SARGENT as Girl in Cafe
MARIE-LISE GRES as 1st Model
PENNY SPENCER as 2nd Model
Director of Photography - Lionel Banes Bsc.
Associate Producer - Barry Delmaine.
Production Designer - William Kellner.
Editor - Bill Butler.
2nd Unit Director - John Glen.
Unit Manager - Ron Jackson.
Assistant Director - Doug Hermes.
Camera Operator - Gerry Massy Collier.
Sound Editor - Bill Taylor.
Music Editor - Alan Willis.
Stunt Arranger - Roy Vincente.
Casting Director - Rose Tobias Shaw.
Continuity - Susanna Merry.
Set Dresser - Freda Pearson.
Make Up - Jim Evans.
Hairdresser - Frieda Steiger.
Wardrobe - Kay Gilbert.
Gowns by Rembrandt & Louis Feraud.
Coats by Dereta.


Variation on a Million Bucks, Part 2
1967

Armed with false documents and passport, McGill sails to Portugal on a freighter. He is wounded after a group of sailors try to make him surrender the key. Once in Lisbon, he makes contact with a girl. He promises to give her some of the money, after she nurses his injuries. At the bank McGill recovers the money and places it in an envelope addressed to his own PO Box in London. As he leaves the bank he is caught in a trap as he races to the nearest post box.

Written by Stanley R Greenberg
Directed by Robert Tronson
RON RANDELL as Michaels
YOKO TANI as Taiko
ANTON RODGERS as Max Stein
WARREN STANHOPE as Johnson
AUBREY MORRIS as Kenneth
SIMON BRENT as Bert
RICHARD MONTEZ as Guard
ARTHUR HOWELL as Harassed Man
NORMAN ROSSINGTON as Captain Rivas
GAY HAMILTON as Lucia
HARRY LANDIS as Ryan
JEREMY WILKIN as Manny
HARRY TARDIOS as Steward
GEORGE ZENIOS as 1st Seaman
AGARTH ANGELOS as 2nd Seaman
MAKI MARSEILLES as 3rd Seaman
ANDREAS LYSANDROU as Pharmacists Mate
Director of Photography - Lionel Banes Bsc.
Associate Producer - Barry Delmaine.
Production Designer - William Kellner.
Editor - Bill Butler.
2nd Unit Director - John Glen.
Unit Manager - Bert Pearl.
Assistant Director - Doug Hermes.
Camera Operator - Gerry Massy Collier.
Sound Editor - Stanley Fiferman.
Music Editor - Alan Willis.
Stunt Arranger - Roy Vincente.
Casting Director - Rose Tobias Shaw.
Continuity - Susanna Merry.
Set Dresser - Freda Pearson.
Make Up - Jim Evans.
Hairdresser - Frieda Steiger.
Wardrobe - Kay Gilbert.
Gowns by Rembrandt & Louis Feraud.
Coats by Dereta.


Man from the Dead
1966

Rachel Thyssen sees her father in a London street, but Harry Thyssen has been supposedly dead for six years. After reading the story in a newspaper, McGill contacts Rachel in order to try and meet Harry, the man who was his boss in the CIA before he was thrown out. He is the only man who can clear McGill's name. But Harry knows that McGill was the fall guy in a CIA plot. Despite being tailed by agents from both East and West, McGill knows that this may be his only chance to meet Harry and regain his credible reputation.

Written by Stanley Greenberg
Directed by Pat Jackson
JOHN BARRIE as Harry Thyssen
LIONEL MURTON as Coughlin
ANGELA BROWNE as Rachel Thyssen
STUART DAMON as Williams
FABIA DRAKE as Receptionist
TIMOTHY BATESON as Pfeiffer
DANDY NICHOLS as Landlady
DAVID NETTHEIM as Leader
GERRY WAIN as Cap
ARTHUR HOWELL as Moustache
CLIFFORD EARL as Policeman
FRED HAGGERTY as Agent
Director of Photography - Lionel Banes Bsc.
Associate Producer - Barry Delmaine.
Production Designer - William Kellner.
Editor & 2nd Unit Director - John Glen
Unit Manager - Bert Pearl.
Assistant Director - Doug Hermes.
Camera Operator - Gerry Massy Collier.
Sound Editor - Bill Taylor.
Music Editor - Alan Willis.
Stunt Arranger - Roy Vincente.
Casting Director - Rose Tobias Shaw.
Continuity - Susanna Merry.
Set Dresser - Freda Pearson.
Make Up - Jim Evans.
Hairdresser - Blanche Arden.
Wardrobe - Kay Gilbert.


Sweet Sue
1966

Three fab groovy youngsters, two lads and a lass, having nearly come to a nasty end driving an E-Type Jag round a windy mountain road, go to the lasses father's Villa. McGill is called in by the wealthy businessman father to investigate the two lads whom he suspects are just trying to swindle him out of some of his vast fortune.
McGill starts out by showing the two swindlers up at a bar with the flipping the beermat game. It turns out that they are quite the dashing young thieves and women beaters.
At a card game where the young scoundrels try to ruin McGill, thinking that he's another wealthy businessman (and boy, are they awful card sharps), he re-posesses the money they stole from the girls father, (in one of his company envelopes). Having escaped, McGill shows the girl (Judy Geeson) the evience, but she seems not to care. The thugs then arrive and try to defenestrate McGill, but he manages to avoid death, with the girls help. He doesn't get clonked on the back of the head until seven minutes from the end!

Guest stars:
Judy Geeson as Sue
George A. Cooper as Mandel
David Cole as Charles
Peter Blythe as Colin
Ian McCulloch as Kemp
Jacqueline Pearce as Miss Brown
Terence Donovan as Brent
Lewis Teasdale as Waiter
John Clive as Clerk

Director of Photography: Lionel Banes B.S.C.
Associate Producer: Barry Delmaine
Production Designer: William Kellner
Editor: John Glen
Unit Manager: Bert Pearl
Assistant Director: Doug Hermes
Camera operator: Gerry Massy Collier
Sound Editor: Bill Taylor
Music Editor: Alan Willis
Stunt Arranger: Roy Vincente
Casting Director: Rose Tobias Shaw
Continuity: Susanna Merry
Set Dresser: Freda Pearson
Make-up: Jim Evans
Hairdressing: Blanche Arden
Wardrobe: Kay Gilbert
Written by Philip Broadley
Directed by Robert Tronson


Essay in Evil
1967

Three respectable businessmen steal a World War II mine. They intend to murder another businessman, George Masters, who is blackmailing them. McGill has been hired by Masters to keep tabs on the three. The plot thickens when Masters' wife is found to be working with them. When McGill resigns from Masters' employment, the trio decide that he knows too much already and change their plan to a double murder.

Written by Kevin B. Laffan
Directed by Freddie Francis
DONALD HOUSTON as George Masters
PETER VAUGHAN as Felix de Burgh
JOHN CAIRNEY as Peters
WENDY HALL as Lucinda Masters
MAURICE GOOD as Harris
FRANK FORSYTH as Lorry driver
RICHARD OWENS as Lorry driver's mate
ANGELA LOVELL as Receptionist
DARRYL KAVANN as Naval Guard
MARIANNE STONE as Hairdresser
PETER BRACE as Crick
Director of Photography - Stephen Dade Bsc.
Associate Producer - Barry Delmaine.
Production Designer - William Kellner.
Editor - Alan Killick.
Production Manager - Ron Jackson.
Assistant Director - Richard Kilburn.
Camera Operator - Jack Lowin.
Sound Editor - Bill Taylor & Michael Pidcock.
Sound Mixer - Jock May.
Music Editor - Alan Willis.
Stunt Arranger - Roy Vincente.
Casting Director - Rose Tobias Shaw.
Continuity - Susanna Merry.
Set Dresser - Helen Thomas.
Make Up - Sylvia Croft.
Hairdresser - Frieda Steiger.
Wardrobe - Kay Gilbert.


All that Glitters
1967

A young boy, playing in the countryside, is dragged into some bushes by an unseen assailant. A police search discovers nothing. The boy's grandmother calls her former employer, Lord of the manor, and he promises anything that is needed to find the boy, while assuring her that everything will be all right. McGill looks into the situation, at the request of a friend. McGill travels to the Cotswolds in a Triumph Herald estate, not his usual Hillman Imp. McGill is puzzled a sto why a well-to-do businessman would be so interested in an obscure missing person case. The locals are an unfriendly bunch, making things as diffiicult as they can for McGill. After a confrontation with the local roughs, McGill gets a reputation as a mean killer. It turns out that the man employing McGill has political aspirations, but all is not well at home. It turns out that the locals are holding the boy, but haven't realised that if they are paid a ransom, the boy must die. Not surprisingly, the boy is the would-be politician's son. However, he has no money of his own. His wife, who is unable to have children, is really the one with the money. McGill persuades the man to play along and put an advertisement in the local paper, which is the arrangement the locals have made. To McGill's surprise, the man's wife already knows about the illegitimate son. McGill sets up the meeting with the kidnappers, and, after being made to drive to and fro for hours, he shoots and kills two of the kidnappers and the boy escapes to go home. McGill is also shot, and Mrs Hornsby comes to the hospital to arrange for a private room for McGill to spend his three weeks recovering from wounds he sustained in the gun battle. The parting shot is of McGill in his hospital bed, with his suitcase under the bed.

Guest stars:
Barbara Shelley as Dolores Hornsby
Michael Goodliffe as Michael Hornsby
Eric Thompson as George
Duncan Lamont as Tommy
Norman Wynne as Mason
Dorothy Edwards as Mrs. Hart
Edward Underdown as Rankin
Derek Newark as Rudy
Alan Baulch as Steve
Peter Bennett as Doctor
Kevin Stoney as Barman
Dickie Owen as Sergeant Jones
Larry Cross as General Denmayer
Kathleen St.John as Dowager

Director of Photography: Lionel Banes B.S.C.
Associate Producer: Barry Delmaine
Production Designer: William Kellner
Editor: Alan Killick
Unit Manager: Bert Pearl
Assistant Director: Doug Hermes
Camera operator: Gerry Massy Collier
Sound Editor: Stanley Fiferman
Music Editor: Alan Willis
Stunt Arranger: Roy Vincente
Casting Director: Rose Tobias Shaw
Continuity: Susanna Merry
Set Dresser: Freda Pearson
Make-up: Jim Evans
Hairdressing: Blanche Arden
Wardrobe: Kay Gilbert
Written by Stanley Greenberg
Directed by Herbert Wise


Dead Man's Shoes
1967

John Gilsen is a CIA man who has uncovered a massive drugs syndicate. After an attempt on his life he goes into hiding. The syndicate decide to terrorize his home village in an attempt to lure him into a trap. Believing he is on a routine missing persons case, McGill is hired by the syndicate to find him. He finds the locals unfriendly, and only when another CIA man is murdered does McGill find out who he is working for. All he has to do now is find Gilsen and help him, before the syndicate dispose of him.

Written by Edmund Ward
Directed by Peter Duffell
DERREN NESBITT as Lucas Guardino
JOHN CARSON as John Gilsen
JAMES VILLIERS as Peters
JAYNE SOFIANO as Juliet Crowther
MURRAY EVANS as Van Rhys
NOEL HOWLETT as Rev Simon Blanding
GERALD SIM as James Hedley
LAURIE ASPREY as William
DAVID SAIRE as Joe Mason
JOHN BRANDON as Philip Kane
NORMAN MITCHELL as Roberts
HARRY BROOKS as Jacko
LARRY MARTIN as Harry
Director of Photography - Stephen Dade Bsc.
Associate Producer - Barry Delmaine.
Production Designer - William Kellner.
Editor - Bill Butler.
Unit Manager - Ron Jackson.
Assistant Director - Richard Kilburn.
Camera Operator - Jack Lowin.
Sound Editor - Roy Lafbery.
Sound Mixer - Jock May.
Music Editor - Alan Willis.
Stunt Arranger - Roy Vincente.
Casting Director - Rose Tobias Shaw.
Continuity - Susanna Merry.
Set Dresser - Helen Thomas.
Make Up - Jim Evans.
Hairdresser - Frieda Steiger.
Wardrobe - Kay Gilbert.


Find the Lady
1966

A murder is committed during the robbery of a diamond necklace in Rome. McGill is in town and has an informer, Mori, who knows who did it. McGill persuades the insurance company to pay out 10% of the jewels' value if he recovers them. Mori approaches the criminal, Giulio, with a deal to buy the jewels. Giulio hands over the jewels but McGill accidently blows Mori's cover. Giulio eliminates Mori but finds that the jewels have been hidden. Believing McGill knows their whereabouts, the thief kidnaps a girl that McGill has befriended and threatens to kill her if he doesn't lead him to the jewels.

With guest stars:
Patrick Cargill as Commandante
Maxwell Shaw as Giulio
Jeanne Roland as Francesca
John Garrie as Mori
Robert Rietty as Insurance Executive
Norma Foster as Angela
Clive Cazes as Giuseppe
Guido Adorni as Barman
Carlos Douglas as Receptionist

Director of Photography: Lionel Banes B.S.C.
Associate Producer: Barry Delmaine
Production Designer: William Kellner
Editor: Bill Butler
Unit Manager: Bert Pearl
Assistant Director: Doug Hermes
Camera operator: Gerry Massy Collier
Sound Editor: Arthur Cox
Music Editor: Alan Willis
Stunt Arranger: Roy Vincente
Casting Director: Rose Tobias Shaw
Continuity: Susanna Merry
Set Dresser: Freda Pearson
Make-up: Jim Evans
Hairdressing: Blanche Arden
Wardrobe: Kay Gilbert
Written by Philip Broadley
Directed by Robert Tronson


The Bridge
1966

Rodney Bewes plays the suicidal son of an aristocratic man. The father sends McGill to stop his son jumping from his regular attempted jump off bridge. Bewes falls while McGill is trying to talk him down, but McGill jumps after him and pulls him from the river. McGill is then given the task of finding out what happened when one of his son's friends died on the bridge. Bewes believes that he is responsible for the man's death. Bewes tels McGill taht he was the only witness to the tragedy, but when a newspaper man brings McGill the coroner's report, he discovers that there were, in fact, two other witnesses. When he questions the two, who run a few successful discoteques, he finds out that a girl, Annabelle, was also a witness, but this has not been revealed to the police. It also transpires that her father is Sir Walter Fenchurch, apparently a very influential man. Sir Walter tells McGill that he can sort out McGill's problems with American Intelligence, provided McGill drops his present assignment. Our hero refuses, of course.

With guest stars:
Bill Owen as Lord Gormond
Jane Merrow as Anabelle Fenchurch
Rodney Bewes as Tim Gormond
Anthony Nicholls as Sir Walter Fenchurch
Michael Culver as Danny
Maureen Pryor as Lady Gormond
Peter Birrell as Rossiter
Simon Williams as Lestrange
Judith Arthy as Model Girl
Christopher Coll as Second Yobbo

Director of Photography: Lionel Banes B.S.C.
Associate Producer: Barry Delmaine
Production Designer: William Kellner
Editor: Alan Killick
2nd Unit Director: John Glen
Unit Manager: Bert Pearl
Assistant Director: Doug Hermes
Camera operator: Gerry Massy Collier
Sound Editor: Roy Lafbery
Music Editor: Alan Willis
Stunt Arranger: Roy Vincente
Casting Director: Rose Tobias Shaw
Continuity: Susanna Merry
Set Dresser: Freda Pearson
Make-up: Jim Evans
Hairdressing: Blanche Arden
Wardrobe: Kay Gilbert
Written by Robert Muller
Directed by Pat Jackson


The Man Who Stood Still
1967

Released from prison after 30 years, Gomez, a Spanish anarchist returns to the ruins of a countryside villa to recover a crate of stolen gold bars belonging to President Franco. He hires McGill to arrange a meeting with the man who put him in prison; his best friend, Palma, who is now working for the Spanish police. McGill gets caught in the middle of a 30 year-old feud which has a bizarre family conclusion.

Written by Raymond Bowers
Directed by Peter Duffell
RUPERT DAVIES as Gomez
CYRIL SHAPS as Palma
ALEX SCOTT as Teniente
PHILIP BOND as Luis
JEANNA L'ESTY as Leocadia
NEVILLE BECKER as Paco
HIRA TALFREY as Senora Gomez
RICHARD MONTEZ as Spanish Taxi Driver
Director of Photography - Lionel Banes Bsc.
Associate Producer - Barry Delmaine.
Production Designer - William Kellner.
Editor - Alan Killick.
Unit Manager - Ron Jackson.
Assistant Director - Doug Hermes.
Camera Operator - Gerry Massy Collier.
Sound Editor - Bill Taylor.
Music Editor - Alan Willis.
Stunt Arranger - Roy Vincente.
Casting Director - Rose Tobias Shaw.
Continuity - Susanna Merry.
Set Dresser - Freda Pearson.
Make Up - Jim Evans.
Hairdresser - Frieda Steiger.
Wardrobe - Kay Gilbert.
Gowns by Rembrandt & Louis Feraud.
Coats by Dereta.
Guitar music composed & played by Freddie Phillips.


Burden of Proof
1967

Henry Faversham, an English advisor to a Central American Republic, is accused of stealing the country's gold reserves, and quickly returns to London. Hot on his heels is the country's Head of Security, Colonel Garcia. Faversham hires McGill to bug and film his apartment, and to keep his distance to allow the Colonel and his aides to get into the apartment. McGill soon learns that Faversham has set a trap for the real traitor - Garcia, but must now break into the country's London embassy, where Faversham has been taken, to try and rescue him.

Written by Edmund Ward
Directed by Peter Duffell
JOHN GREGSON as Henry Faversham
NICOLA PAGETT as Carla Faversham
WOLFE MORRIS as Col Felipe Garcia
ROGER DELGADO as Ambassador
CHARLES LLOYD PACK Sir Charles Grainger
GERALD SIM as DI Hedley
OSCAR QUITAK as Capt Roman Guzman
ALISTAIR HUNTER as Porter
JOHN RAILTON as Les
RICHARD COE as Charlie
LARRY TAYLOR as Getulio
ALAN WALLS as Croupier
JOHN CHANDOS as Club manager
Director of Photography - Stephen Dade Bsc.
Associate Producer - Barry Delmaine.
Production Designer - William Kellner.
Editor & 2nd Unit Director - John Glen.
Production Manager - Ron Jackson.
Assistant Director - Richard Kilburn.
Camera Operator - Jack Lowin.
Sound Editor - Bill Taylor.
Sound Mixer - Jock May.
Music Editor - Alan Willis.
Stunt Arranger - Roy Vincente.
Casting Director - Rose Tobias Shaw.
Continuity - Susanna Merry.
Set Dresser - Helen Thomas.
Make Up - Sylvia Croft.
Hairdresser - Frieda Steiger.
Wardrobe - Hilda Geerdts.


The Whisper
1967

Marcus Spencer, a plantation owner in Central Africa, hires McGill to investigate Father Loyola, a Jesuit priest who has recently turned up and is causing unrest amongst the workers. McGill discovers that the priest is in fact, a wanted criminal who is believed to be dead. After meeting the crook's father, he discovers that the criminal is trying to go straight and really is practising his religious ways. McGill is faced with the tricky situation of whether to return him to London, or allow him to stay on in Africa.

Written by Moris Farhi
Directed by Charles Crichton
COLIN BLAKELY as Father Loyola
PATRICK ALLEN as Marcus Spencer
SHEILA BRENNAN as Penelope Spencer
WALLIS EATON as DI Samuels
CLIFTON JONES as Cpl Silinga
PATRICK JORDAN as Major Anderson
JEROLD WELLS as Alfred Porter
BRIAN HAWKSLEY as Father General
DIDI SUTHERLAND as Alex
TOMMY ANSAH as Tchumba
MICHAEL WILLIAMSON as Masekela
DICK OFFOR as Memba
Director of Photography - Stephen Dade Bsc.
Associate Producer - Barry Delmaine.
Production Designer - William Kellner.
Editor - John Glen.
Unit Manager - Ron Jackson.
Assistant Director - Richard Kilburn.
Camera Operator - Jack Lowin.
Sound Editor - Bill Taylor.
Sound Mixer - Jock May.
Music Editor - Alan Willis.
Stunt Arranger - Roy Vincente.
Casting Director - Rose Tobias Shaw.
Continuity - Susanna Merry.
Set Dresser - Helen Thomas.
Make Up - Sylvia Croft.
Hairdresser - Frieda Steiger.
Wardrobe - Kay Gilbert.


Why They Killed Nolan

Framed for the murder of Nolan, a private investigator who came to him for help, McGill has to save himself by taking up Nolan's latest case to try and find out why he was killed, and by whom, and at the same time, trying to evade the police.

Written by Donald Jonson
Directed by Charles Crichton
SAM KYDD as Nolan
URSULA HOWELLS as Mrs Arnoldson
GRIFFITH JONES as Mr Arnoldson
PAULA BYRNE as Mrs Nolan
HAROLD GOODWIN as Taxi driver
DUNCAN LAMONT as Chauffeur
RUSSELL NAPIER as Insp George
NIKE ARRIGHI as Angela
JOHN LEE as Insp Glenn
TREVOR PEACOCK as Lodger
DENISE BUCKLEY as Manageress
MYVANWY JENN as Librarian
NORMAN HARTLEY as PC Martin
MARK ELWES as Cashier
Director of Photography - Stephen Dade Bsc.
Associate Producer - Barry Delmaine.
Production Designer - William Kellner.
Editor - Bill Butler.
Production Manager - Ron Jackson.
Assistant Director - Richard Kilburn.
Camera Operator - Jack Lowin.
Sound Editor - Bill Taylor.
Sound Mixer - Jock May.
Music Editor - Alan Willis.
Stunt Arranger - Roy Vincente.
Casting Director - Rose Tobias Shaw.
Continuity - Susanna Merry.
Set Dresser - Helen Thomas.
Make Up - Sylvia Croft.
Hairdresser - Frieda Steiger.
Wardrobe - Hilda Geerdts.


The Boston Square
1967

When Dalby, a noted oceanographer disappears with important research papers about commercial sea farming, McGill is hired by his boss to try and find him, and persuade him to return to his job. After flying to Greece, McGill tracks him down and offers to buy the research papers back, but finds he has stiff competition from Rudnik, an Albanian agent. By mistake, McGill learns of the real reason Dalby is in Greece; to destroy an Iron Curtain nuclear submarine base. He then finds himself working alongside the CIA to help Dalby.

Written by Wilfred Greatorex
Directed by Don Chaffey
VINCENT BALL as Dalby
REX EVERHART as Packard
PETER ARNE as Rudnik
EDWARD BISHOP as American Agent
BASIL DIGNAM as Sir Eric Coulsdon
HOWARD GOORNEY as Prof Leros
JOSE BERLINKA as Desk Clerk
ROBERT PERCEVAL as American Official
JEANNA L'ESTY as Greek Airline Hostess
ALEXANDRA STEVENSON as Miss Lamb
Director of Photography - Lionel Banes Bsc.
Associate Producer - Barry Delmaine.
Production Designer - William Kellner.
Editor - Alan Killick.
Unit Manager - Ron Jackson.
Assistant Director - Doug Hermes.
Camera Operator - Gerry Massy Collier.
Sound Editor - Bill Taylor.
Music Editor - Alan Willis.
Stunt Arranger - Roy Vincente.
Casting Director - Rose Tobias Shaw.
Continuity - Susanna Merry.
Set Dresser - Freda Pearson.
Make Up - Jim Evans.
Hairdresser - Frieda Steiger.
Wardrobe - Kay Gilbert.
Christina 38 by London Power Boat Company.


Somebody Loses Somebody...Wins?
1967

After a female British agent, Ruth Klinger, is caught taking photos of a military installation in Berlin, she informs the East German authorities that she did it deliberately to draw attention to herself as she wants to defect to the East. Meanwhile McGill has been hired by a man to trace his brother who is in hiding in East Germany. McGill and Ruth cross paths, and not for the first time as they were once romantically involved. McGill discovers that she is in fact a double agent for the British and that he has been set up. He is faced with the difficult decision of whether he should save himself, which would blow her cover and will surely see her eliminated, or help her, which will risk his own life.

Written by Jan Read
Directed by John Glen
JACQUELINE PEARCE as Ruth Klinger
PHILIP MADOC as Kommandant
GODFREY QUIGLEY as Johann Liebkind
CARL DUERING as Mfs Colonel
PAUL HANSARD as Oberfeld
CARL BERNARD as Karl Braun
GORDON STERNE as Ernst Liebkind
PETER HAGER as Fedora
DAVID SCHEUER as Official in Airport
DEREK PRENTICE as Doorkeeper
WENDY HALL as Receptionist in Hotel
GERDA KOEPPLER as Old Crone
MARIA WARBURG as Young German Woman
BETTINA JONIC as Singer in Bierstube
Director of Photography - Lionel Banes Bsc.
Associate Producer - Barry Delmaine.
Production Designer - William Kellner.
Editor - Bill Butler.
2nd Unit Director - John Glen.
Unit Manager - Ron Jackson
Assistant Director - Doug Hermes.
Camera Operator - Gerry Massy Collier.
Sound Editor - Bill Taylor & Roy Lafbery.
Music Editor - Alan Willis.
Stunt Arranger - Roy Vincente.
Casting Director - Rose Tobias Shaw.
Continuity - Susanna Merry.
Set Dresser - Freda Pearson.
Make Up - Jim Evans.
Hairdresser - Frieda Steiger.
Wardrobe - Kay Gilbert.
Gowns by Rembrandt & Louis Feraud.
Coats by Dereta.


Blind Spot
1967

A partially blind young Parisian woman, Marcelle, witnesses the murder of her adopted mother. Her mother's prized jewels were also stolen by the killer. McGill answers Marcelle's advert, offering a reward for the recovery of the jewels. The French police and Marcelle's uncle both advise McGill to drop the case. Refusing to take their advice, it almost costs him his life as he uncovers a massive drugs ring, which is run by someone in high authority who is very keen to keep his identity a secret.

Written by Victor Canning
Directed by Jeremy Summers
FELICITY KENDALL as Marcelle
MARIUS GORING as Henri Thibaud
DEREK NEWARK as Maurice
WILLIAM DEXTER as Insp Banard
INIGO JACKSON as Stephane
MICHAEL BATES as Delacroix
KEITH MARSH as Leon
GILLIAN LIND as Madame Robart
NINA HUBy as Arlette
CONSTANTIN De GOGUEL as Jeweller
FRANK MAHER as 1st Thug
TERENCE YORKE as 2nd Thug
Director of Photography - Lionel Banes Bsc.
Associate Producer - Barry Delmaine.
Production Designer - William Kellner.
Editor - Bill Butler.
Unit Manager - Ron Jackson.
Assistant Director - Doug Hermes.
Camera Operator - Gerry Massy Collier.
Sound Editor - Bill Taylor.
Music Editor - Alan Willis.
Stunt Arranger - Roy Vincente.
Casting Director - Rose Tobias Shaw.
Continuity - Susanna Merry.
Set Dresser - Freda Pearson.
Make Up - Jim Evans.
Hairdresser - Frieda Steiger.
Wardrobe - Kay Gilbert.
Gowns by London Town.


No Friend of Mine
1967

McGill is hired by Garfield Cameron, the owner of a mining company in Central Africa, to infiltrate the company police and try to find out who is behind the sabotage attempts at his mine. Cameron's son-in-law, James Baldwin, insists it is the work of Masuto, the leader of the country's independance group, and shuts down the mine putting many locals out of work. Amid threats of rioting from the workers, McGill discovers the sabotage orders are coming from within the company which puts him in a dangerous situation.

Written by John Stanton
Directed by Charles Crichton
CLIVE MORTON as Garfield Cameron
ERROL JOHN as Masuto
ALLAN CUTHBERTSON as Turner
RALPH MICHAEL as Governor
PHILIPPA GAIL as Patricia Baldwin
PETER HALLIDAY as James Baldwin
PETER WILLIAMS as Thomas Halliday
HARVEY HALL as Bates
DANNY DANIELS as Ringleader
HORACE JAMES as 2nd African
PATRICK CONNELL as Smith
Script Editor - Jan Read.
Director of Photography - Stephen Dade Bsc.
Associate Producer - Barry Delmaine.
Production Designer - William Kellner.
Editor - Alan Killick.
Production Manager - Ron Jackson.
Assistant Director - Richard Kilburn.
Camera Operator - Jack Lowin.
Sound Editor - Bill Taylor.
Sound Mixer - Jock May.
Music Editor - Alan Willis.
Stunt Arranger - Roy Vincente.
Casting Director - Rose Tobias Shaw.
Continuity - Susanna Merry.
Set Dresser - Helen Thomas.
Make Up - Sylvia Croft.
Hairdresser - Frieda Steiger.
Wardrobe - Hilda Geerdts.


Jigsaw Man
1967

An Italian Count hires McGill to track down his runaway younger brother, Silvio. The Count explains how he has to foot the bill for Silvio's pranks and that now he has come of age, there is a large amount of money waiting for him. All McGill has to do is find Silvio and get him to sign relevant documents, and the fortune is his. When McGill finds Silvio he can't understand why he won't sign the papers. What he doesn't know is that the Count's bully-boys are following him to ensure he carries out his task.

Written by Stanley Greenberg & Reed de Rouen
Directed by Charles Friend
PAUL BERTOYA as Silvio
MICHAEL SARNE as Tony
MAURICE KAUFMANN as Ugo
JOHN BLUTHALL as Berger
JOHN COLLIN as Ciro
BRIDGET ARMSTRONG as Louise
SHIVAUN O'CASEY as Francine
NIKE ARRIGHI as Ivanna
BRENDA LAWRENCE as Marcia
Director of Photography - Lionel Banes Bsc.
Associate Producer - Barry Delmaine.
Production Designer - William Kellner.
Editor - John Glen.
Unit Manager - Ron Jackson.
Assistant Director - Doug Hermes.
Camera Operator - Gerry Massy Collier.
Sound Editor - Bill Taylor.
Music Editor - Alan Willis.
Stunt Arranger - Roy Vincente.
Casting Director - Rose Tobias Shaw.
Continuity - Susanna Merry.
Set Dresser - Freda Pearson.
Make Up - Jim Evans.
Hairdresser - Frieda Steiger.
Wardrobe - Kay Gilbert.
Dresses by Angela of London Town.


Web with Four Spiders

When Dr Norbert, a brilliant American lawyer receives some photos through the post showing him drunk and in the arms of a girl, he hires McGill to find out who took them and why. Blackmail seems unlikely as he has received no demands. As McGill digs deeper, he finds himself getting offers and threats from the CIA and interested businessmen telling him to drop the case. When he confronts Norbert as to why he is being warned off, he learns of his dark past and his current blackmail threat.

With guest stars:
Ray McAnally as Dr. James Norbert
Jaqueline Ellis as Martha
Ralph Michael as Sir Giles Watkins
Simon Oates as Simon Croft
Warren Stanhope as Johnson
Lawrence James as Lew Geraghty
Edward Evans as Frederick
Edward Rhodes as Digby Haynes
Robert MacLeod as Jameson
Frank Forsythe as Commissionaire
Geoffrey Reed as Taxi Driver
David Cargill as Tout
Anthony Doonan as Johnny
Katie Fitzroy as Girl
Douglas Jones as Pageboy

Director of Photography: Lionel Banes B.S.C.
Associate Producer: Barry Delmaine
Production Designer: William Kellner
Editor: John Glen
Unit Manager: Ron Jackson
Assistant Director: Doug Hermes
Camera operator: Gerry Massy Collier
Sound Editor: Bill Taylor
Music Editor: Alan Willis
Stunt Arranger: Roy Vincente
Casting Director: Rose Tobias Shaw
Continuity: Susanna Merry
Set Dresser: Freda Pearson
Make-up: Jim Evans
Hairdressing: Frieda Steiger
Wardrobe: Kay Gilbert
Gowns by Rembrandt and Louis Feraud, coats by Dereta
Written by Edmund Ward
Directed by Robert Tronson


Which Way Did He Go, McGill?
1967

When Earle, the only member of a gang of four bullion robbers to spend time in prison is released, he not only wants his share of the gold but also revenge for the time spent in prison. McGill, who is working for the bullion insurance company, is also looking for the gang members. He finds himself one step behind Earle, discovering each gang member has just been murdered. He learns that the one surviving person that may know something of the robbery owns a stable and a race begins to see who can get to her first, with a surprising outcome.

Written by Francis Megahy & Bernie Cooper
Directed by Freddie Francis
DONALD SUTHERLAND as Earle
JENNIFER JAYNE as Joy
HUGH McDERMOTT as Soames
J. G. DEVLIN as Eddy
VERONICA HURST as Mrs Norman
HEDGER WALLACE as Norman
TOM CRIDDLE as Fulton
MICHAEL HAWKINS as DI Stoke
FRANK GATLIFF as Managing director
HENRY SOSKIN as Douglas
RACHELLE MILLER as Model
FRANK FORSYTH as Steward
KENNETH COWAN as Det Constable
BASIL CLARKE as Porter
ROBERT PITT as Plainclothes man
MARY MAUDE as Helper in stables
Script Editor - Jan Read.
Director of Photography - Stephen Dade Bsc.
Associate Producer - Barry Delmaine.
Production Designer - William Kellner.
Editor - Alan Killick.
Production Manager - Ron Jackson.
Assistant Director - Richard Kilburn.
Camera Operator - Jack Lowin.
Sound Editor - Bill Taylor & Roy Lafbery.
Sound Mixer - Jock May.
Music Editor - Alan Willis.
Stunt Arranger - Roy Vincente.
Casting Director - Rose Tobias Shaw.
Continuity - Lorely Farley.
Set Dresser - Freda Pearson.
Make Up - Sylvia Croft.
Hairdresser - Frieda Steiger.
Wardrobe - Hilda Geerdts.


Property of a Gentleman
1967

Why should a sick old man refuse to see his daughter, Jane, and why are her brothers so keen to see his order carried out, even hiring guards to keep her away? Something Jane finds even more disturbing, is that the old man is selling off his art collection; a collection he would rather die for than part with. She hires McGill to find out what is going on, and to try to persuade the old man to see her. He finds the brothers uncooperative, so he is forced to visit the old man at nightfall with surprising results.

Written by Wilfred Greatorex
Directed by Peter Duffell
TERENCE ALEXANDER as Gerald Farson
JUSTINE LORD as Jane Farson
GORDON GOSTELOW as Chester Farson / Gray
DEREK FRANCIS as Dr James Vance
FRANK GATLIFF as Auctioneer
FREDERIC ABBOT as Porter
VICTOR BROOKS as Logan
CHARLES HODGSON as Charles Farson
Executive Story Consultant - Stanley R Greenberg.
Script Editor - Jan Read.
Produced by Sidney Cole.
Director of Photography - Stephen Dade Bsc.
Associate Producer - Barry Delmaine.
Production Designer - William Kellner.
Editor - Bill Butler.
2nd Unit Director - John Glen.
Production Manager - Ron Jackson.
Assistant Director - Richard Kilburn.
Camera Operator - Jack Lowin.
Sound Editor - Bill Taylor.
Sound Mixer - Jock May.
Music Editor - Alan Willis.
Stunt Arranger - Roy Vincente.
Casting Director - Rose Tobias Shaw.
Continuity - Susanna Merry.
Set Dresser - Helen Thomas.
Make Up - Sylvia Croft.
Hairdresser - Frieda Steiger.
Wardrobe - Hilda Geerdts.


The Revolutionaries
1967

The exiled Dr Maza hires McGill to escort his daughter and his memoirs to safe keeping in London. The memoirs tell the truth about the death of his country's president, and an old enemy, Colonel Haider, is very keen to get them. On the way to the airport, McGill is run off the road and the daughter kidnapped. Fortunately for McGill, Maza's publisher is on hand to help him out. He then has to try to rescue Maza and his daughter before the colonel's men fly them out of the country.

Screenplay by Jan Read & Peter Duffell.
( From an original story by Kevin B. Laffan.)
Directed by Peter Duffell
HUGH BURDEN as Dr Maza
FERDY MAYNE as Col Haider
SONIA FOX as Chantal
DAVID SUMNER as Nuri
BARRY SHAWZIN as Malouf
BRUCE BOA as Insp Bergson
MARGA ROCHE as Toni Olsen
LOUIS NEGIN as Amin
DAVID CARGILL as Yuseef
NIK ZARAN as Casim
HAL HAMILTON as Police Sgt
MARK PETERSON as Pilot
Director of Photography - Stephen Dade Bsc.
Associate Producer - Barry Delmaine.
Production Designer - William Kellner.
Editor - Alan Killick.
2nd Unit Director - John Glen.
2nd Unit Cameraman - S. D. Onions Bsc.
Production Manager - Ron Jackson.
Assistant Director - Richard Kilburn.
Camera Operator - Jack Lowin.
Sound Editor - Bill Creed.
Sound Mixer - Jock May.
Music Editor - Alan Willis.
Stunt Arranger - Roy Vincente.
Casting Director - Rose Tobias Shaw.
Continuity - Kay Mander.
Set Dresser - Helen Thomas.
Make Up - Sylvia Croft.
Hairdresser - Frieda Steiger.
Wardrobe - Hilda Geerdts.


Who's Mad Now?
1967

An old flame, Joan Heineman, calls McGill and asks him for help. She thinks she is being followed; her husband says she is neurotic. Who is telling the truth? When McGill discovers that her husband is having an affair, he thinks he has the answers, but things take another turn when he learns about a psychiatrist and a graveyard.

Written by Roger Parkes
Directed by Freddie Francis
ROBERT HUTTON as Jason Heineman
AUDINE LEITH as Joan Heineman
PHILIP MADOC as Dr Forsyth
JOHN HARVEY as Toby
HARRIETTE JOHNS as Mrs Caggen
LUANSHYA GREER as Diana
HEDGER WALLACE as Williams
Director of Photography - Gerald Gibbs Bsc.
Associate Producer - Barry Delmaine.
Production Designer - William Kellner.
Editor - Alan Killick.
Production Manager - Ron Jackson.
Assistant Director - Richard Kilburn.
Camera Operator - Jack Lowin.
Sound Editor - Bill Creed & Roy Lafbery.
Sound Mixer - Jock May.
Music Editor - Alan Willis.
Stunt Arranger - Roy Vincente.
Casting Director - Rose Tobias Shaw.
Continuity - Susanna Merry.
Set Dresser - Helen Thomas.
Make Up - Sylvia Croft.
Hairdresser - Frieda Steiger.
Wardrobe - Hilda Geerdts.


Three Blinks of the Eyes
1967

McGill is hired by wealthy Eleanor Duzac to follow her playboy husband. When McGill discovers a mistress, Janine, he informs the wife. She simply tells him to pay off the mistress and all will be forgotten. When McGill arrives at Janine's apartment, he finds her dead and the police waiting for him. Someone has set him up, and after escaping police custody, he finds himself on the run trying to find the young husband who has conveniently disappeared.

Written by Vincent Tilsley
Directed by Charles Crichton
FAITH BROOK as Eleanor
DREWE HENLEY as Bernard
CHARLES LLOYD PACK as Examining Magistrate
DORA REISSER as Janine
JOHN GABRIEL as Insp Lamotte
COLIN JEAVONS as Gaoler
YVETTE HERRIES as Comere
HANS de VRIES as Barman
MAGGIE VIELER as }
SANDRA BURVILLE as}
ANN CHAPMAN as }
MARLENE DOMANSKA as} Dancers
TONY KEMP as }
CHERYL ST. CLAIR as}
RENE SARTORIS as
MICHAEL TYE - WALKER
Executive Story Consultant - Stanley R Greenberg.
Script Editor - Jan Read.
Produced by Sidney Cole.
Director of Photography - Stephen Dade Bsc & S. D. Onions Bsc.
Associate Producer - Barry Delmaine.
Production Designer - William Kellner.
Editor - Lee Doig.
Production Manager - Ron Jackson.
Assistant Director - Richard Kilburn.
Camera Operator - Jack Lowin.
Sound Editor - Bill Creed & Roy Lafbery.
Sound Mixer - Jock May.
Music Editor - Alan Willis.
Stunt Arranger - Roy Vincente.
Casting Director - Rose Tobias Shaw.
Continuity - Kay Mander.
Set Dresser - Helen Thomas.
Make Up - Sylvia Croft.
Hairdresser - Frieda Steiger.
Wardrobe - Hilda Geerdts.
Choreographer - Douglas Squires.


Castle in the Clouds
1967

McGill is hired by Sir Dennis Galt to reclaim his wife's diamond brooch which he loaned to his mistress whilst his wife was in Bermuda on holiday. With the affair now over, and his wife returning to England, he is desperate to get it back. But why is a jeweller pestering Sir Dennis for the brooch, and who are the two punks McGill keeps running into? All is revealed when the wife returns from holiday.

Written by Jan Read
Directed by Peter Duffell
GERALD FLOOD as Sir Dennis Galt
GAY HAMILTON as Magda
EDWARD FOX as Jim Ezard
SIDNEY TAFLER as Reynolds
RACHAEL HERBERTasLady Carol Galt
JOSEPH WISE as Senior Official
FAITH KENT as Saleslady
WILL STAMPE as Porter
JAN WILLIAMS as Girl cleaner
ARTHUR GRIFFITHS as Newspaper seller
Executive Story Consultant - Stanley R Greenberg.
Produced by Sidney Cole.
Director of Photography - Stephen Dade Bsc.
Associate Producer - Barry Delmaine.
Production Designer - William Kellner.
Editor - Bill Butler.
Production Manager - Ron Jackson.
Assistant Director - Richard Kilburn.
Camera Operator - Jack Lowin.
Sound Editor - Bill Creed & Roy Lafbery.
Sound Mixer - Jock May.
Music Editor - Alan Willis.
Stunt Arranger - Roy Vincente.
Casting Director - Rose Tobias Shaw.
Continuity - Lorely Farley.
Set Dresser - Helen Thomas.
Make Up - Sylvia Croft.
Hairdresser - Frieda Steiger.
Wardrobe - Hilda Geerdts.


Night Flight to Andorra
1967

Working undercover for British Intelligence, McGill recruits some criminals and plans to steal a valuable art collection. On a desolate farm, they test their secret weapon, a glider that will give them access to the fortified mansion in the Pyranees where the collection is housed. A girl on holiday stumbles across the farm and is held prisoner. A couple of the gang members become nervous about her being there and want to kill her. When McGill talks them out of it, they become suspicious. McGill must act quickly before the gang realise that they are not stealing an art collection, but helping him to locate some top secret microfilm.

Written by Jan Read & Reed de Rouen
Directed by Freddie Francis
PETER WOODTHORPEasRadek
ZIA MOHYEDDIN as Rafael
LUANSHYA GREERasAnne Weeks
EWAN HOOPER as Eddy
EDWARD UNDERDOWNasMaxted
REED de ROUEN as Buck
CARLOS PIERRE as Tomas
ROBERT CREWDSONasLuis
PETER SWANWICKasButler
FREDERICK BEAUMANasHotel proprietor
RICHARD MONTEZasPolice officer
CHARLES LAURENCEasVan driver
NITA LORRAINE as Radek's girlfriend
Executive Story Consultant - Stanley R Greenberg.
Script Editor - Jan Read.
Produced by Sidney Cole.
Director of Photography - Stephen Dade Bsc.
Associate Producer - Barry Delmaine.
Production Designer - William Kellner.
Editor & 2nd Unit Director - John Glen.
2nd Unit Cameraman - S. D. Onions Bsc.
Production Manager - Ron Jackson.
Assistant Director - Richard Kilburn.
Camera Operator - Jack Lowin.
Sound Editor - Bill Taylor.
Sound Mixer - Jock May.
Music Editor - Alan Willis.
Stunt Arranger - Roy Vincente.
Casting Director - Rose Tobias Shaw.
Continuity - Kay Mander.
Set Dresser - Helen Thomas.
Make Up - Sylvia Croft.
Hairdresser - Frieda Steiger.
Wardrobe - Hilda Geerdts.


The Girl Who Never Was
1967

After reading in a newspaper about a beautiful missing painting, a World War II soldier contacts an art dealer claiming he knows it's whereabouts. The dealer hires McGill to trail the soldier and find the painting. He discovers that it has since been painted over by another old soldier and sold on. Now thought to be worthless, it is in a second hand shop. The race is on to see who can get to it first.

Written by Donald Jonson
Directed by Robert Tronson
BERNARD LEE as Kershaw
PRISCILLA MORGAN as Mavis
HAROLD GOODWIN as Foley
ANNETTE CARELL as Gilchrist
DAVID GARFIELD as Bateson
BASIL DIGNAM as Todd
DEREK SMEE as Manager of Aladdin's Cave
RAYMOND SMITH as Henry
JACK BLIGH as French
VICKI WOOLF as Frances
CHARLES LAURENCE as Martin
ROY VINCENTE as German Soldier
BILL DEAN as British Soldier
Director of Photography - Lionel Banes Bsc.
Associate Producer - Barry Delmaine.
Production Designer - William Kellner.
Editor - Alan Killick.
2nd Unit Director - John Glen.
Unit Manager - Bert Pearl.
Assistant Director - Doug Hermes.
Camera Operator - Gerry Massy Collier.
Sound Editor - Bill Taylor.
Music Editor - Alan Willis.
Stunt Arranger - Roy Vincente.
Casting Director - Rose Tobias Shaw.
Continuity - Susanna Merry.
Set Dresser - Freda Pearson.
Make Up - Jim Evans.
Hairdresser - Frieda Steiger.
Wardrobe - Kay Gilbert.


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